Kana Ogawa elected with 95 per cent confidence

Ogawa elected new Graduate Student Trustee

Former ASUS Council member running to be Graduate Trustee.

Kana Ogawa, MSc ’25, is the newest member of Queen’s Board of Trustees.

SGPS members—which include both graduate and professional students—voted Ogawa in on Sept. 20 as the Graduate Student Trustee.

READ MORE: Kana Ogawa running uncontested for Graduate Trustee

The Graduate Trustee sits on the Board of Trustees to represent SGPS students’ interests. The position is unpaid, and Ogawa will serve a two-year term, attending four board meetings each year.

“As Graduate Student Trustee, I hope to participate in open communication with my peers to act as an accurate representative to student perspectives and concerns,” Ogawa said in a statement to The Journal.

The results showed 95 per cent of SGPS members voted for Ogawa for the 2023-25 term. She expressed her excitement and wants students to know she is available to them.

“Thank you so much to everyone that voted. I feel very fortunate to be able to take on this unique opportunity,” Ogawa said.


Board of Trustees, Election, graduate trustee, SGPS

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